by David Matthews - February 10, 2019February 10, 2019 Windy Walk Sometimes you have to push yourself to achieve a goal. Yesterday it was a seven mile walk through the remnants of Storm Erik to get to Knoydart Pottery and Tearoom where an evening of whist awaited. For £3 you get an evening of laughs, some (sometimes far too) serious card playing, half time nibbles and a good catch up with Knoydart locals. I lost at cards – very badly, but no-one ever really loses on nights like that. The walk was stunning as always. In the short clip the main island over the sea is Skye, with the Isle of Rum at it’s tip and then Eigg bathed in sunshine. Then it’s the Atlantic Ocean as far as you can see.With a shameful plug I have to tell you Knoydart is a great place for a hoilday, especially if you crave tranquility, peace and quiet and you want to step off this hectic world of ours for a week or two. Have alook at https://www.visitknoydart.co.ukThe walking trailer has been slightly modified – more later (I know you can’t wait to see it, but calm yourselves :-)) I’ve been working out bits of kit that is or isn’t going to be needed and I’ll be out this coming week dragging it up some very steep roads! Ah well its got to be done.